We provide non-judgmental, tailored help and support as survivors negotiate their journey to a life free from danger and abuse.
Domestic abuse is the use of power and control in an intimate or family relationship.
It can take many forms, including physical violence, psychological or emotional abuse, financial control, or the use of coercion or threats.
Our Advocates (IDVAs) provide support to male and female victims and survivors of domestic abuse from the age of 16 years old.
Our aim is to reduce the risk and increase the safety of survivors and children.
Advocacy is at the heart of our role – we work on behalf of survivors to provide access to vital support survivors, such as housing or legal support, that help to protect clients and their children.
At the centre of everything we do is our commitment to make sure the voices of survivors are heard.